“A small change at the beginning of the design process defines an entirely different product at the end.” — Jonathan Ive
There isn’t always the need to reinvent the wheel. The PayPal Business application’s invoicing feature is its strongest asset. Instead of taking a second app and redesigning the same exact functionality, I built out a card system to create modules that the existing functionality could be ported into.
This possible solution reduces upkeep from the engineering team while allowing our merchant users to use just one app and not create the need to flip between applications during a point of sale with their customers.
Working in a quick and ‘dirty’ way allows for a greater amount of iterations in a shorter amount of time. It’s a great first gut check to see if potential ideas actually make any sense.
Do we modularize our apps? Do we link the apps? How does the final experience feel?
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